A CIA assessment has concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. This is a claim the crown prince has denied since Khashoggi’s death in October. NBC’s Lucy Kafanov reports for TODAY.
Looking to lighten up the menu for the football game this weekend? Daphne Oz drops by the TODAY kitchen to share recipes for healthier game time eats, including spicy sesame chicken wings, loaded veggie nachos and a skillet chocolate chip cookie.
As a little girl, Jenna Bush Hager dreamed of being an actress – and she finally got the chance to fulfill that wish. The TODAY correspondent joined the cast of Broadway’s “Chicago” on stage for a very special performance.
Michelle Obama recently sat down with TODAY’s Jenna Bush Hager to discuss her new book “Becoming.” The former first lady opened up about life in the White House, the challenges of raising her daughters in the spotlight and what she’ll be doing next.
Army Sgt. Dennis Glass, who has been stationed in Baghdad, reunited with his family in a surprise reunion live on TODAY. His wife, who is an Army veteran, and his daughters were completely overjoyed.
There are about 20 million veterans living in the United States, and many of them are not getting the assistance they need to heal the wounds of war as they transition back into civilian life. In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez learns about a program that making a big difference in their lives.
In shooting situations of the past, police officers used to wait for the SWAT team before entering to battle an active gunman, but now police are trained to enter and stop the shooter right away. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen takes a closer look at the new high-tech tool officers are using to prepare.
Brent Taylor, a mayor in Utah, a major in the National Guard and a father of seven, was killed Saturday while serving in Afghanistan. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren sits down with his family to talk about Brent’s legacy of lifting people up at a time when they need it most.
Holden Harrah, who was present when a gunman killed at least 12 at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California, on Wednesday, said he is “traumatized” just after the shooting. “I was blown away (by) what I just saw with my own two eyes.”
With Republicans maintaining the Senate after the midterm elections and Democrats now in charge of the U.S. House of Representatives, what are the next two years going to look like? NBC’s Capitol Hill correspondent Kasie Hunt, Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd and political strategist Steve Schmidt weigh in.